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WASHINGTON (AP) — U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo is thanking his Mexican counterpart for his "hard work" after the two nations reached an agreement Friday to try to stem the flow of Central American migrants into the United States. President Donald Trump announced on Twitter Friday night that he has suspended plans to impose tariffs on all goods imported into the U.S. form Mexico.

VATICAN CITY (AP) — The Catholic Church in Texas says it is reviewing allegations that a top monsignor continued to hear a married woman's confession after he manipulated her into a sexual relationship, a potentially serious crime under church law. The announcement from the office of Cardinal Daniel DiNardo, president of the U.S. bishops conference, came after the woman broke years of silence to denounce DiNardo's handling of her case in an Associated Press story this week.

MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — Lawyers for a former Minneapolis police officer who fatally shot an unarmed woman say they're disappointed that a judge sentenced him to 12½ years in prison. Attorneys Thomas Plunkett and Peter Wold say "the tragedy surrounding this case has only deepened." Their statement didn't specifically say they plan to appeal. But they they're "not done fighting for Mohamed Noor." He now has 90 days to appeal his conviction in the death of Justine Ruszczyk Damond.

DALLAS (AP) — A Texas prosecutor says investigators have linked more than 60 killings in at least 14 states to a 79-year-old inmate who may be the most prolific serial killer in U.S. history. Ector County District Attorney Bobby Bland said Friday that Samuel Little continues to cooperate with investigators from around the country who interrogate him in prison about cold case killings dating back to the 1970s. Little, who is serving life sentences in California, claims to have killed 93 women.

ROME (AP) — Exasperated by tourists who frolic in Rome's public fountains, vandalize its monuments and treat its landmarks as their own personal living rooms, the city famous for its artistic heritage and easy-going lifestyle has had enough. The Eternal City's mayor is introducing a new law that gets tough on tourists behaving badly and allows authorities to ban offenders from the city's historic center for 48 hours. The unacceptable behavior includes climbing on monuments and wading through fountains.

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